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Estadão Notícias
Músicas por IA: um debate sobre a regulação e os direitos autorais

Estadão Notícias

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2023 26:09


A indústria fonográfica passa por um momento delicado com a popularização da Inteligência Artificial. No mês de abril, um dueto entre os cantores The Weeknd e Drake fez tanto sucesso que bateu mais de 10 milhões de visualizações no Tik Tok. Mas aí mora um problema: nenhum dos rappers interpretou ou escreveu a canção. Com isso, a música Heart on My Sleeve se tornou um dos muitos casos emblemáticos dos desafios da regulamentação da música feita por Inteligência Artificial.  E isso não tem acontecido somente com artistas vivos, mas aqueles que já nos deixaram. Um dos exemplos é Amy Winehouse, falecida em 2011. Outra "vítima" da inteligência artificial é o cantor pop Michael Jackson, que morreu em junho de 2009, mas sua voz criada gravou Get Lucky, do Daft Punk, que é de 2013. Afinal, a indústria fonográfica terá que se debruçar sobre uma nova legislação diante dos fatos? E como ficam os artistas que têm a sua voz utilizada nessas montagens? No ‘Estadão Notícias' de hoje, vamos conversar sobre o assunto com o advogado de direito autoral e CEO da ORB, Daniel Campello. O ‘Estadão Notícias' está disponível no Spotify, Deezer, Apple Podcasts, Google podcasts, ou no agregador de podcasts de sua preferência.Apresentação: Gustavo LopesProdução/Edição: Gustavo Lopes, Jefferson Perleberg e Gabriela ForteSonorização/Montagem: Moacir BiasiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Self Love Lounge
Ask Yourself, "What Role Did I Play In My Own Suffering?" (With Emerald Osagie)

Self Love Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2023 28:49


No amount of a guilt from choices made in past relationships can disrupt anxiously our future. Nothing truly matters but there's a moment presently where you can actively decide what does. Maybe you are going through a bad break up - Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber style or maybe you mistrusted someone - Tiger Woods style. Instead of focusing on what went wrong, It's Time to Look Deep Within and ask yourself "what role did I play in my own suffering?" This episode with our guest Emerald Osagie might be a tough pill to swallow as it reminds you that every person you meet is a pure reflection of yourself that requires more peace and endless healing. Guest Speaker - Emerald Osagie With her unique and soulful voice, Emerald Osagie captivates her listeners with her tone and relatable lyrics. Osagie grew up in a single-parent household surrounded by music. Listening to artists like Mary J Blige, Brandy, Patti Labelle, Amy Winehouse and more, all individuals influence her music to this day. Osagie is a singer-songwriter from Vancouver Canada who started making music in the comfort of her own bedroom. Starting with poetry, Osagie began turning poems into songs and using the guitar and piano to accompany said lyrics. After teaching herself how to produce and write songs she began to put out her music on streaming platforms on her own. In 2020, Osagie had been introduced to producers Hugh Olychick and Morgan Perry at Akashic Records where the three clicked instantly. Together the three of them began making music which then led to putting out songs. Osagie anticipates the release of more music.

Riffs N Rants
Episode 149 - Hell Hath No Furry

Riffs N Rants

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 60:57


Lions and Tigers and Bears got nothin' on adults dressing up as fluffy critters with animated libidos! Johnny and Michael dive into the convoluted concept of Furries and why they're on Florida's endangered species list. PLUS...Hello Fresh monkeys around with unfair simian labor practices! With musical selections by The New York Dolls, The Kinks, and Amy Winehouse. (for critical and historical review)

The Album Concept Hour
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (w/ Ashley Coffin!!!)

The Album Concept Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 109:58


This one is for Mel. I think her and Amy Winehouse would have been friends if they had ever met. Both legends gone too soon. ep links: Mel's episode about BTS: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/albumconcepthour/episodes/BTS---Love-Yourself-HER-w-Mel-LeBaron-emigs7 Ashley Coffin's HORROR podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/2RVks2bpnf5Ogb9jepPMWP?si=2a7543e543674c30 Marvel Cinematic Universe Podcast Reaction to Guardians of the Galaxy #3: https://youtu.be/9rXxC5on_ow OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/2stA2P7pTC Flyover State Hotline - 1 608 HIT-NERD (608-448-6373) https://www.youtube.com/flyoverstatepark EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/FlyoverStatePark --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/albumconcepthour/support

Illinois News Now
Countdown To Heritage Days - Win Noll & The Rockin' Souls

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 21:54


Every Friday in June leading up to Heritage Days, K-100 is showcasing the bands performing on the Pepsi Main Stage and giving you the chance to preview their music before showtime.  This week Sparks chats with Win Noll, of Win Noll & The Rockin' Souls, who will playing the Heritage Days Pepsi Main  Stage on Saturday, June 24th from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. Using their home base as inspiration, Win Noll & The Rockin' Souls belt out their own unique and captivating take on classic Chicago Blues and R&B. The band's varied repertoire take audiences on a musical voyage from Etta James to Adele, Chuck Berry to Lenny Kravitz, Susan Tedeschi to Amy Winehouse with a few powerful originals sprinkled throughout for good measure.   Win Noll & The Rockin' Souls recently won the Chicago Blues Challenge for the best group, which lead them to representing Chicago at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN.   This highly inventive six piece collectively of veteran musicians is a guaranteed foot stompin' good time who command attention and consistently leaves audiences wanting more. Win Noll & The Rockin' Souls thoroughly entertain.  

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Our condolences go out to the family of Tina Turner.  The rock and soul icon died peacefully at age 83.  Her seven decade legacy paved the way for stars Beyonce, Rihanna and Amy Winehouse to name a few.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Something (rather than nothing)
Episode 201 - Karyn Ann

Something (rather than nothing)

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2023 46:44


Described as a “combination of Patty Griffin grit and Amy Winehouse grace” by American Songwriter, Portland-based Soul/Americana singer-songwriter Karyn Ann has been charming audiences across the US with her powerful vocals and emotive lyricism. Her debut album Into the Depths (2015) and subsequent follow-up Be Loud (2018) garnered critical acclaim and radio play, leading this once geologist now turned-road musician to gain a steady following along the West Coast and beyond.She's shared stages with Haley Johnson, Liam St. John, and Fox and Bones, as well as Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls (at the 2017 Women's Redrock Music Festival), and has performed at the legendary Bitter End in NYC . Her work is featured in the award-winning full-length film Undeserved (2016), and most recently in the indie-short Second Story (2022), which went on to win the “Gold Award for Best Acting Duo” by the Independent Shorts Awards, and ‘Best Romantic Short” by the IndieX Film Fest.In 2020 she was selected for the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist showcase, and placed runner-up in the Red Lodge Songwriters Contest and TOP 100 in the Great American Songwriting Contest singer-songwriter category. Her 2021 self-produced EP - “I Am Not Yours” was featured on Hare's Paw Literary Journal, and received positive reviews. Karyn's newest work is an EP titled “Consequence of Fear."Karyn's website SRTN website

Rock's Backpages
E152: Cliff Jones on Gay Dad + Brian Jones + Paul Simon audio

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2023 84:05


In this episode we welcome pop poacher-turned-gamekeeper (turned rockademic) Cliff Jones to RBP's Hammersmith HQ and invite him to talk about his shape-shifting career in music — as well as about Paul Simon and doomed Rolling Stone Brian Jones (no relation). Barney starts things off with his memories of Cliff coming into the MOJO office circa 1994-5, plus we hear about long-form pieces our guest wrote about Peter Green and (for The Face) the Fugees. We also discuss Johnny Cigarettes' 1999 NME interview with Gay Dad, the band Cliff formed in the wake of Britpop. Nick Broomfield's new BBC documentary about Brian Jones prompts conversation about the self-destructive blues obsessive who was sidelined by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards — and ditched by Anita Pallenberg — after which we turn our attention to the rather different Paul Simon. Clips from Tony Scherman's 1993 audio interview with the other half of Art Garfunkel are jumping-off points for our collective thoughts on the New Yorker's career from his Brill Building days to the Hearts and Bones album and beyond. We pay heartfelt tribute to our guest's fellow RBP contributor Pete Silverton, who passed away on May 18th, and recall his crucial early Sounds interviews with the Clash, the Sex Pistols and other punk bands. Among the new library additions discussed, finally, are pieces about Flamingo Club owner Rik Gunnell (1966), Mick Hucknall's Frantic Elevators (1982), hip hop heroes the Jungle Brothers (1989) ... and, from 2007, Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse. Please note this episode was recorded before we learned of the passing of former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke. Pieces discussed: Talk Talk talk tech, The Fugees, Gay Dad, Brian Jones by Dawn James, Brian Jones by Greil Marcus, Brian Jones by Carol Clerk, Paul Simon audio, Hearts and Bones, Sex Pistols, Sid Vicious, Rik Gunnell, Average White Band, Danielle Dax, The Jungle Brothers, Frantic Elevators, Dave Matthews, Erykah Badu and Lily Allen/Amy Winehouse.

Audio Judo Podcast
106 - Amy Winehouse - Back To Black - Audio Judo

Audio Judo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023 67:33


On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle talk about Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black." Do you really want to see what we look like while we record? Check out select episodes on our YouTube, you weirdo: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8oo8oZkSLUqOuiiw8hD7Q If you like what you hear (and see) and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter for as little as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/audiojudo You can also buy some swag with our logo on it: https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcast As always, let us know what you think by emailing info(at)audiojudo(dot)com. Website: https://www.audiojudo.com Get in touch on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audiojudo Twitter: @audiojudo Instagram: @audio_judo We are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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BAST Training podcast
Ep.110 Articulation and Singing: Assessing Jaw Behaviour With Chris Johnson

BAST Training podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 50:23


Chris Johnson is a professional singer turned vocal coach who has worked with major label artists, West End leads, backing vocalists, singer/songwriters and vocal coaches. He is also the creator of Teach Voice, a programme that helps singing teachers up-skill and develop their technical and business acumen. He joins Alexa on Singing Teachers Talk to discuss all things articulation and singing when it comes to assessing jaw behaviour.  KEY TAKEAWAYS The jaw plays an important role in singing as it affects the resonance and tone quality of the voice. Tension in the jaw can cause a strain on the voice, affect breath support and hinder vocal range. Singers are often encouraged to relax their jaw muscles and maintain a loose, open jaw to allow for better resonance and vocal production. Proper jaw alignment and movement can also help with diction and articulation in singing.  The jaw can affect pitch and register in singing because it is connected to the tongue, which plays a crucial role in shaping the sound of our vocal cords. If the jaw is tense or locked, it can limit the movement of the tongue and make it more difficult to produce certain pitches and registers. Ultimately, the key to using the jaw to affect pitch and register is to maintain a balance between freedom and control. Too much tension can restrict the movement of the tongue and limit vocal flexibility, while too little control can lead to sloppy diction and poor vocal technique. An under or overbite can affect pitch and register in singing by altering the position and tension of the vocal folds, as well as the resonance of the vocal tract. In the case of an underbite, the lower jaw may protrude forward, which can cause tension in the muscles surrounding the larynx and vocal folds. This tension can lead to a higher pitch and a strained or pressed sound. On the other hand, an overbite may cause the jaw to retract, resulting in a looser and more relaxed position of the vocal folds, leading to a deeper or more relaxed tone. BEST MOMENTS ‘The jaw's function and range of movement is unrestricted' ‘A lower larynx tends to have a warmer sound'  ‘A lot of stability issues are because of the jaw'  ‘The tongue needs to make up the pronunciation from the lack of mobility in the jaw' EPISODE RESOURCES  Guest Website: Teach Voice: teachvoice.com Coaching: chrisjohnsonvocalcoach.com Podcast: thenakedvocalist.com Social Media:  Instagram: @teachvoicetraining Instagram: @chrisjohnsonvocalcoach Relevant Links & Mentions:  Singing Teachers Talk Podcast: Ep.44 - Exploring Vocal Registers with Chris Johnson: https://linktr.ee/basttraining?utm_source Artists mentioned: Boys2Men; Amy Winehouse; Adele;  Anatomy of Voice by Blandine Calais-Germain & Francois Germain Stephen King: https://voicecarecentre.co.uk/stephen-king/ Feldenkrais Principles: https://feldenkrais.com/ Circle: https://circle.so/ Teach Voice Contact: teachvoice.com/email ABOUT THE GUEST Chris Johnson started his performance career in a casual choir before working as a professional singer for 12 years. During the early part of his career, his busy schedule took its toll on his voice. Narrowly missing a serious vocal injury, Chris relearned his instrument and started on a never-ending journey of vocal development.  After seeking help and turning his own seemingly ‘hopeless' voice around, Chris realised he might also be able to help other singers and moved into vocal coaching.  Chris has worked with major label artists, West End leads, backing vocalists, singer/songwriters and vocal coaches. He also helps singing teachers worldwide navigate the overwhelming amount of pedagogical information available to them, and develop their technical and business acumen, mainly via the courses he delivers through his programme: Teach Voice.  Chris has also trained in manual laryngeal therapies and studied with scientists in vocal acoustics, physical and somatic therapy, and laryngology. He's also one half of The Naked Vocalist podcasting/blogging duo.  ABOUT THE PODCASTBAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-biosSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Path to Authenticity
Singer, Songwriter, & Producer VËR

The Path to Authenticity

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 34:10


Episode 14 features VËR, an independent singer, songwriter, and producer from Montreal, Quebec. Her musical identity is drawn from contemporary influences like Snoh Aalegra, Charlotte Cardin, and Sinead Harnett, with the jazzy and soulful inspiration of Amy Winehouse and Norah Jones. Her intimate, moody, and smooth vocals draw the listener in close, transporting them into […]

GENTE EN AMBIENTE
"GENTE" SABADO 6 DE MAYO. Reviviendo, bailando y cantando los mejor de ese día en 2022, 2014, 2001, 1993, 91, 1984, 83, 81, 1974, 73, 1964, 63,61,...

GENTE EN AMBIENTE

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 167:52


Baila de "HAPPY" (PHARRELL WILLIAMS), "LET'S DANCE"(DAVID BOWIE) o "YEAH!"(USHER) a "CAN'T BUY ME LOVE"(BEATLES), "WATERMELON MAN"(MONGO SANTAMARIA) o "BEAT IT"(MICHAEL JACKSON)... Canta de "IT'S MY PARTY"(AMY WINEHOUSE), "ABRAZAME FUERTE"(JUAN GABRIEL) a "POPOTITOS"(LOS TEEN TOPS) o "LLEVALA AL RINCON"(TITO RODRIGUEZ), "LIGADOS"(NICO FIDENCO),... Recuerda "BONANZA", "CARAVANA", "LA CIUDAD DESNUDA", "DALLAS", "VIVA LAS VEGAS"(ELVIS PRESLEY), el PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA,... Escucha a GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ, RICARDO MONTANER, DOLLY PARTON,MIRLA, DE VITA,... Y mucho mas. Tres horas de colección! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/genteenambiente/support

Tall Boy Radio
#TBR171 We've got you covered...

Tall Boy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 68:42


Song covers. That's what this episode is all about. Do you love them or hate them? Should artists just release their own work? Is it lazy? Or is it a way of them showing their appreciation for another artist? We're joined by Beans' cousin Beau in Texas and his pal Kevin who is currently in California. We look at the covers that we love and share a few titbits of trivia along the way. Do you prefer Bob Dylan's or Jimi Hendrix's version of All along the watchtower? What about the Zutons or Amy Winehouse's Valerie... let us know what you think and which covers you love. Go grab yourself a cold one, kick back and enjoy. Did you know that you can get 20% off your order at ollys-ollys.com just by listening to this podcast. The opening music is "London Bayou" by Oscar Albis Rodriguez and the closing music is "BDS" by Lewis Pickford. tallboyradio.com

The Jeremiah Show
News you Need: The final 'Late Late Show with James Corden' was last night

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2023 4:48


News you Need for Friday April 28, 2023. Trending in the news now, two US Army helicopters crashed, Mike Pence testified in front of a grand jury, Cleveland has retained a consulting firm, and more.  In Hollywood, Jerry Springer has died at 79, Amy Winehouse's journals will be published this summer, the final 'Late Late Show with James Corden' was last night.

Recovery Rocks
Episode 168: Episode 168: Special Guest Laura Cathcart Robbins

Recovery Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2023 39:03


This episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar. Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoidTawny and Lisa talk with Laura Cathcart Robbins about her must-read new #quitlit memoir, “Stash, My Life in Hiding.” After concealing her addiction from everyone in her life, she sought recovery while facing divorce, the possibility of a grueling custody battle, and internalized racism. They talk about the power of trusting their intuition, the issues around divorce, and putting on a façade for the world. Laura also shares about “shide,” the painful mix of shame and Pride.Laura also is the host of the popular podcast, “The Only One In The Room,” and her recent articles in Huffpo and The Temper on the subjects of race, recovery, and divorce have garnered her worldwide acclaim.Music Minute features Amy Winehouse, Taylor Swift, Doja Cat, and The Weekend.You can find “Stash” hereLaura's podcast On FacebookOn IGOn TwitterPre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without the BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a Bar

Going Hard Podcast
Episode 116 - Gay Rehab

Going Hard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2023 61:28


Hi everyone! This episode is incomplete. Producer Pete is absent, Josh has questions about the drag community, Alan explains the scandalous Got Milk? campaign, and the podcast closes with an Amy Winehouse-inspired song.

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2023.04.19 Round Trip to Liverpool

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2023 116:30


As broadcast with plenty of our best la's in tow (and apologies to Everton supporters for the image, we just liked the street art, no bias intended).  Tonight on our weekly Round Trip we head for Liverpool while trying unsuccessfully to avoid The Beatles Museum, but we did keep it mostly more contemporary and indie for the grand majority.  Obviously, a city with a very unique flavor all its own, we had some definite highlights from the dearly departed Her's duo, along with other quality entries from The Wombats, Bill Ryder-Jones, and All We Are amongst other worthies past & present.  This is Liverpool, or at least what we could fit into two hours of radio. #feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Her's – What Once Waspizzagirl – seabirdsThe Shipbuilders – Feeling In My PocketShe Drew The Gun – Something For The PainThe Dead 60's – Riot RadioTramp Attack – Oh!  When The Sun Goes DownThe Mysterines – Old Friends Die HardPart II (30:03)BBC 1964 Liverpool vs Arsenal at Anfield Special ReportGerry & The Pacemakers – You'll Never Walk AloneGerry & The Pacemakers – Ferry Cross The MerseyThe Wombats – Running Up That Hill (Triple J Like A Version 2022)Trudy & The Romance – Is There A Place I Can GoMonks – SundriedProfessor Yaffle – Most of My AirPart III (59:22)Bill Ryder-Jones – Don't Be Scared, I Love YouClean Cut Kid – Our Wasted HoursCasino – Love Go OnSeatbelts – Hey, Hey Tiger!The Night Café – You Change with the SeasonsThe Zutons – ValerieRed Rum Club – Would You Rather Be LonelyPart IV (89:25)The Beatles – In My LifeGeorge Harrison – I'd Have You AnytimeThe La's – There She GoesHer's – HarveyAll We Are – Keep Me AliveGlen Check – Cactus, Cactusbobae – AhChoo! 

Sofá Sonoro
REPORTAJE | Cuando Amy Winehouse descubrió el jazz

Sofá Sonoro

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2023 4:10


Amy Winehouse fue la primera súper estrella del siglo XXI, Lucía Taboada nos cuenta cómo fueron sus inicio y su descubrimiento del jazz siendo adolescente.

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
216. Kellindo Parker - Janelle Monáe

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2023 45:24


On this episode we have guitarist/multi-instrumentalist/song writer/arranger Kellindo Parker, who started his career supporting his famous Uncle, Maceo Parker(James Brown etc.) and since has been a staple in Janelle Monáe's band. He has shared the stage with everyone from Prince to Amy Winehouse, while also cultivating his own solo career. We have a great conversation with Kellindo about his many incredible musical experiences including jamming with Prince and his blossoming solo career, his great bond with Janelle Monáe, and much more... Music on this episode: Milquetoast & Co "Cigarette Burns"(Theme music) Kellindo Parker "Sugar" Kellindo Parker "Long Gone" Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico is brought to you by Light Street Media(Denver Colorado). Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/twistedrico Contact: twistedrico@gmail.com #KellindoParker #JanelleMonae #MaceoParker

FALTER Radio
Klenk+Reiter über Tod und Musik – #916

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2023 50:53


Ist der Tod wirklich ein Wiener? Warum sterben so viele Musikerinnen und Musiker im Alter von 27 Jahren? Und wie sind die neuesten Erkenntnisse zu Beethovens Tod einzuordnen? Zum Start der zweiten Staffel von "Klenk+Reiter", dem FALTER-Podcast aus der Gerichtsmedizin, unterhalten sich Florian Klenk und Christian Reiter mit dem Liedermacher Ernst Molden und FALTER-Musikkritiker Gerhard Stöger über die Morbidität der Wiener Musik, den Tod auf der Toilette und das Schaffen und Sterben der Legenden von Amy Winehouse bis Elvis. Zwischendurch stellt Ernst Molden zwei seiner „Möadanumman“ aus dem gleichnamigen Album vor, das er eigens für den Podcast komponiert hat und das bereits jetzt im Faltershop vorbestellt werden kann. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Car Con Carne
Bluesy, smoky, sexy and raw: wht.rbbt.obj (Episode 829)

Car Con Carne

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2023 23:00


River from wht.rbbt.obj joins me to talk about her band, which sounds like “Amy Winehouse meets the Black Keys and challenges them to a game of strip poker.”  In short, I love this band.   See wht.rbbt.obj at Summerfest on July 6, and look out for their first EP around the same time!   __    Car Con Carne is sponsored by Suburban Roofing and Siding, a family-owned company that provides interior and exterior home remodeling services, offering services to the Chicagoland area. Their staff has more than 40 years of collective experience.   Roofing, siding, windows, gutters...they do it all! Call their friendly team to get started today!    Call 224-677-6149 or visit SuburbanRoofingandSiding.com   __   Car Con Carne is also sponsored by Ninety Days in the 90s: A Rock N Roll Time Travel Story    Ninety Days in the 90s: A Rock N Roll Time Travel Story is the ultimate novel about the '90s and Chicago's music scene.   Join record store owner Darby on her trip back to 1990s Chicago as she jumps on the Grey Line to time travel back to her carefree twenties, soaking up all the pop culture and rock n roll nostalgia you could ever imagine.  90daysinthe90s.com

A vivir que son dos días
45 RPM | Lo de 2007

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2023 15:41


Con James Blunt de banda sonora recordamos el año 2007 de la mano de Rafa Panadero y el amigo secreto de Pino. En este año Amy Winehouse publicó su segundo disco  "Back to black". Una cumbre convocada por el presidente de Estados Unidos, George W. Bush, en el marco de los esfuerzos por reanimar el proceso de paz entre palestinos e israelíes logró reunir en Annapolis, en noviembre a delegados de más de 40 países árabes y acordó la adopción de un calendario para la reanudación de las negociaciones.

The Mario Rosenstock Podcast
Stuart Clarke – backstage stories from a lifetime in music journalism

The Mario Rosenstock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2023 59:09


It's not every day that we have a guest on the podcast that has played drinking games with Joe Strummer of The Clash, shared double brandies with Shaun Ryder of the Happy Mondays, hung out with Amy Winehouse, and was part of the foundation of Irish radio as we know it today. You'll often hear Stuart Clarke of Hotpress on the radio – but he's generally talking about the lives and music other people. But in this episode of The Mario Rosenstock Podcast it's all about Stuart, and he has some really cracking stories to tell. COMEDY - the phone lines started hopping once word went out that Stuart was going to be on the pod. Check out the messages from a few famous voices, including...Donald J Trump?? Produced by Patrick Haughey of AudioBrand (www.audiobrand.ie)

SHEROES
A SHERO's Journey: Katie Melua

SHEROES

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2023 32:19


While Katie Melua came up through the BRIT School in London, famously attended by fellow pop icons Adele and Amy Winehouse, she was born far away across the Black Sea in Georgia, and spent her early childhood in the former Soviet Union. In the aftermath of the Georgian civil war she moved with her family to Belfast, Ireland, before settling in London, and as you will hear her tell us, her family always believed that this move would mean big things for Katie. It turned out, they were right. Fast forward two decades and nine albums on, Katie Melua remains one of the top artists in the U.K. and Europe. And while success has not always been easy on her, Katie has recently found love and welcomed her first child, documenting her newfound happiness merging with her longtime success on her ninth album, Love & Money.

Zach Sang: Just The Interviews Podcast

Watch the interview video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHCrvCavn8w RAYE came by to discuss her debut album "My 21st Century Blues", Escapism going viral, the story behind Ice Cream Man and Amy Winehouse companions.  Stream 'My 21st Century Blues' ►►https://raye.orcd.co/m21cb All interviews can be heard first LIVE on AMP! Live Monday - Friday from 3-6p PT -- DOWNLOAD & LISTEN HERE: https://t.co/y3UrDZP3ab  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The Travel Diaries
Katie Melua

The Travel Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 50:40


Today's special guest is the singer-songwriter Katie Melua. Many of you will know Katie from her chart-topping hits like "Nine Million Bicycles" and "The Closest Thing to Crazy”. Over the last twenty years, her soulful voice has captivated audiences all around the world, selling over 11 million albums worldwide, making her one of the most successful British female artists of all time.Katie was born in Georgia, - a country found at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe - which was then part of the Soviet Union, and it's a huge feature of her travel diaries today. If it's a place that's been on your travel radar, you'll get some great tips for a future trip. Katie spent her early childhood living in Georgia before moving to the UK, when she was eight years old. Her passion for music led her to enrol at the famous BRIT school, alongside alumni like Adele and Amy Winehouse. She was discovered by songwriter and producer Mike Batt, and rocketed to stardom soon after.Her success has of course meant she has travelled much of the world several times over on tour, and she shares with us some of the most extraordinary destinations she has put on a show, including the deepest concert ever held, 303 meters below sea level in a Norwegian fjord.So sit back, relax, and join us on this journey as we explore the life and travels of Katie Melua.Destination Recap:Batumi, Georgia Moscow, RussiaTbilisi, Georgia Belfast, Northern Ireland East Prawle, Devon, EnglandMargate, Kent, England Deal, Kent, EnglandBroadstairs, Kent, England Mt Kazbegi, Georgia Rooms Hotel, KazbegiNorwayTresco, Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, EnglandBrazilKatie Melua's ninth studio album, Love + Money, is out now, and she heads out on a UK + EU tour in April and May. With thanks to today's sponsor...Jumeirah Beach Hotel - Visit jumeirah.com/JBHEscapes today, and book your Exceptional Escape to Dubai. Jumeirah Beach Hotels' Exceptional Jumeirah Escapes Offer gives up to 20% savings when you stay before 30 September 2023, with unlimited Wild Wadi Waterpark access, flexible cancellation and USD 200 credit when staying in an Ocean Club Room, Suite, or Beit Al Bahar Royal Villa. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

La Llamada De La Luna (LLDLL)
140 (lldll) experiencias paranormales vividas por famosos (ii) - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

La Llamada De La Luna (LLDLL)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 111:02


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Temp VI En este programa, os traigo la continuación del que sé ha sido un podcast que os ha gustado mucho. EXPERIENCIAS PARANORMALES VIVIDAS POR FAMOSOS. En esta ocasión, hablaremos de apariciones, de visitantes de dormitorio, abducciones, de luces en la noche… sueños, fantasmas, de sombras… casas encantadas, mansiones embrujadas… íncubos y súcubos… de demonios… Comentaré experiencias que han vivido y sentido en primera persona, famosos como Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Pete Doherty, Amy Winehouse, Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn, Russell Crowe, Post Malone, Lupe Fiasco, January Jones, Daryl Hannah, Miley Cyrus la ex chica Disney, entonces conocida como Hannah Montana, Kendall Jenner y Khloé Kardashian, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Olivia Newton-John, Karen Carpenter, John Denver, Muhammad Ali, Arthur Conan Doyle, Emma Stone, Peter Jackson, Ryan Gosling, Carrie Fisher, Carrie Fisher quien fuera Leia en Star War, Antonio Banderas, Nicolas Cage, Keanu Reeves, La Toya Jackson, Michael Jackson, Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Alba, Claudia Schiffer, Matthew Vaughn, Laura Linney, Jane Alexander, Marc Anthony, Rocío Jurado, Niccolò Paganini, Lucy Liu, Brande Roderick de Vigilantes de la Playa y Play Boy, Zayn Malik de One Direction, Nick Jonas de Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, Kacey Musgraves, Aaron Rodgers. PUEDES VER LOS VIDEOS DE LLDLL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOtdbbriLqUfBtjs_wtEHw Suscríbete al Canal Youtube y a Ivoox. SI TE HA GUSTADO EL PODCAST Y QUIERES QUE SIGA OFRECIENDO PROGRAMAS ayuda colaborando, haciéndote MECENAS. Con lo que puedas Aportar. GRATITUD ESPECIAL: Siempre a los MECENAS. Sin ustedes… nada sería posible. Desde México, Gracias JESSICA por tus excelentes portadas. ANA DE LA VEGA. Por llevar la responsabilidad de las redes sociales. ALEX del Podcast Luces En La Noche Sigamos sumando en LLDLL. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Rich and Daily
Katy Perry on ‘American Idol': 'I Dissed a Girl'

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 16:01


Is Katy Perry being too “judgy” on “American Idol?” In a recent episode of “AI,” during an interaction with contestant Sara Beth Liebe - a 25-year-old mom with three kids - Katy cracked a joke and made some comments that some people online are calling “mom-shaming.” Sara Beth took to her socials to comment on how Katy treated her, which now sets up an awkward reunion. She was voted through to Hollywood Week and will have to face judge Katy once again. Will you be watching?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The CoverUp
273 - I Follow Rivers - The CoverUp

The CoverUp

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 15:37


We dive into a listener request that achieves maximum atmosphere, and then takes it a step or two farther. I Follow Rivers, originally by Lykki Li, covered by Marika Hackman.  Outro music is Save a Prayer by Duran Duran. 

Sounds!
Nia Archives: Singt Amy Winehouse über Drum'n'Bass...

Sounds!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 159:27


Man nehme eine soulige Soul-Stimme, wie jene von Nia Archives, und lasse sie über wummernde Jungle- und DnB-Beats singen... Es ist eine Kombination, an die man vielleicht nicht als erstes denken würde, wenn man Musikstile miteinander vermischen möchte. Aber sie funktioniert prächtig! Anfang Jahr wurde Nia Archives von unseren Kolleg:innen der BBC zu den vielversprechendsten Musikhoffnungen des Jahres ernennt. Mit ihrer insgesamt dritten EP «Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against Tha Wall» stellt sie nun zum dritten Mal unter Beweis, warum die BBC-Nomination mehr als gerechtfertigt war.

Lipps Service with Scott Lipps

Scott sits with rising pop star Jessie Murph and they discuss her meteoric rise to fame. They get into the 18 year olds journey from a small town in Alabama to garnering over 100 million steams of some of her new music …and Flaunt, Hits, Stereogum and many more praising her as the one to watch! They also talk about  her first concert and what made her fall in love with music.They get into her early childhood and how she rebelled; and how the town and school would turn against her after posting content with profanities and what gave her the drive to keep going. They talk about manifesting your dreams, how she was inspired from Adele to Amy Winehouse and how she came to sign a deal w Columbia records. They end the show with a fun segment on her top singers and concerts and they discuss her new mixtape, album Drowning and her current tour and life on the road.

Rooks and Becords Podcast
Episode 71: Cover Songs

Rooks and Becords Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2023 1:00


Do you like the cover version or the or the original version of a song? Ted Asregadoo and guest Michael McGauley dig deep into cover songs in this episode. The post Episode 71: Cover Songs first appeared on Planet LP Podcast.

Sounds!
Die 3 wichtigsten Releases der Woche: Fever Ray, Shalom, Nia Archives

Sounds!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2023 113:55


Also. Das neue Altin Gün-Album wurde anscheinend kurzfristig verschoben. Trotzdem gibt's natürlich haufenweise andere hörenswerte Neuheiten, die heute den Weg in die Playlist gefunden haben: die einzigartig verschrobenen Produktionen von Fever Ray zum Beispiel, oder eine neue EP von Nia Archives, die so klingt als ob Amy Winehouse über Drum'n'Bass-Beats singen würde. Doch, wirklich!

Poetry Talks
The Craft of Songwriting w/ Mel Rosa

Poetry Talks

Play Episode Play 37 sec Highlight Listen Later Mar 9, 2023 32:33


Join us in this episode of Poetry Talks as we delve into the craft of songwriting with Mel Rosa, an emerging R&B singer-songwriter from New York City. Mel draws inspiration from artists like Sade and Amy Winehouse, and in this episode, she shares her experiences and insights into the creative process of songwriting. From the importance of lyrics and melody to overcoming writer's block, Mel discusses what it takes to be a successful songwriter. We also explore the impact of personal experiences on the creative process and how to develop a unique style and voice. Don't miss this inspiring episode as we discover the passion and commitment it takes to be a successful songwriter.Host Social Media@Seonthepoet (Twitter) (Instagram)(Clubhouse)______________________________________________________Guest - Social MediaMelrosamusic  (Instagram) (TikTok)_____________________MUSIC(intro / Outtro) Coffee and HerbsMel Rosa (Artist Page) (Take Me There)

Becoming BabeAF
148. Went on a search to love a new musician and I FOUND Kels! This weeks #womantowatch & listen!

Becoming BabeAF

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2023 36:20


I love how instagram can just bring us all together! I had a pleasure of sitting down with Kels last week for my first interview for #womentowatch Wednesday, lean in and give a listen! From her website https://www.findingkels.com/about KELS is the perfect mix of jazz, pop and soul. Her brash vocals and sultry style reflect the old school sound of some of her biggest influences- Ms. Lauryn Hill, Sarah Vaughan, Erykah Badu, Adele, and Amy Winehouse with a profound lyricism to match. Born in Germany to military parents, she moved often as a child. By age 5 she was living in Pittsburgh with her mother and brother. KELS started writing songs at 13 years old. Growing up she was heavily involved in choir, singing at church and in jazz ensembles. Her debut EP, Slow Ryde, released in November 2021 displays her unique vocal style and versatile songwriting. KELS debuted her original music at a series of music festivals in Pittsburgh during the summer of 2021- headlining at The Three Rivers Arts Festival, Millvale Music Festival, Picklesburgh and opened for Kat Wright on her fall tour stop at Thunderbird Music Hall. In early 2022, KELS released a series of live renditions of original music. Most notably, her independent release of “Just Let Me Go (Live at Kingfly Spirits)” gained over half a million views on TikTok and has been streamed over a quarter of a million times across all listening platforms. Her newest release, "Be Fine." was featured in Earmilk and Newsweek as well as on a billboard in downtown Atlanta. KELS has been based in Atlanta for one year, and recently held her first headlining show at Smith's Olde Bar. The show sold out before doors opened. KELS is currently touring the United States independently. If you're available and in Austin this week (since I'll be out of town) please go see her and support her on tour this year! March 8 sofar sounds Austin: https://www.sofarsounds.com/events/45543 March 16th no ticket needed: She goes on at 8pm at The Hive in Austin! Please be sure to follow KELS on all social at @findingKels and listen to her on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0JzgaVLxpCeDg5WIm06DsU?si=l7pee-VCRVWMcvEgXp7GSw

Something Something Podcast - A Creative Podcast
Something Something about Lizzie Small

Something Something Podcast - A Creative Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2023 53:49


Elizabeth "Lizzy” Small is an actress, dancer, singer, songwriter and… therapist? She starred in the Christmas television dramedy, 12 PUPS OF CHRISTMAS on the ION Network. She plays the role of a savvy and sassy corporate executive bound and determined to help save her brother's company while helping him find love and happiness. She had a major supporting role in the Lionsgate film SPARE PARTS opposite George Lopez, Marisa Tomei and Jamie Lee Curtis. The film is the true-life story of four at-risk high school Hispanic boys who defy the odds by forming a robotics club and competing against some of the nation's top colleges, including MIT. Lizzy plays the role of Lizzy, a Cornell student who impresses one of the boys with her knowledge of robotics and wins his affection. As a performer, she started her professional career with a series regular role on HIP HOP HARRY for Discovery Kids/TLC and she has appeared in over 70 national commercials, music videos and several variety shows. Other notable credits include a guest role on ABC's THE MIDDLE and a supporting role as the Baker Elf in THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE opposite Tim Allen. As a singer-songwriter, she grew up immersed in music because of her dad, and is inspired by artists like Whitney Houston, Amy Winehouse, and Alicia Keys. She is constantly exploring who she is through her sound but is rooted in a dark, R and B influenced pop style. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/somethingsomethingpodcast/support

One More Time Podcast
Kennedy Ryon Interview: Going Viral Off a Cover | Imposter Syndrome is a B*tch

One More Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2023 53:13


Kennedy Ryon is a R&B/Soul songstress with one of the most amazing voices we've ever heard. She sat down with us to talk about going viral off a cover of Yebba's "Evergreen", her struggle with imposter syndrome, obsession with Amy Winehouse, and much more! WATCH this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/hM_QPn7LE8gFOLLOW Kennedy Ryon on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kennedy.ryonBUY producer tees:https://www.h3nrywitha3.com/shopFOLLOW us on social media:https://www.instagram.com/onemoretimecasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@onemoretimecastFOLLOW H3NRY on social media:https://www.instagram.com/h3nrywitha3https://www.tiktok.com/@h3nrywitha3FOLLOW Playback Ben on social media:https://www.instagram.com/playbackbenhttps://www.tiktok.com/@playbackben

The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast
The Lip Bar CEO Melissa Butler w/Guest Co-Host James Vincent

The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2023 57:31


Alix is on vacation for the next few episodes, and I've been inviting some of my favorite people to come on and guest host with me! Today Beauty Baddies, we have TWO beauty industry legends on the show: celebrity makeup artist, James Vincent, and the founder and CEO of The Lip Bar, Melissa Butler. Melissa has become a multi-faceted leader who has transitioned from Wall Street to entrepreneurship, and since then has grown The Lip Bar tenfold, being honored as Inc's top entrepreneur in 2020, recognized in Black Enterprise's top 40 under 40 in 2022, and most recently, has raised an oversubscribed $6.7M in funding to continue growing TLB's house brands, The Lip Bar and thread beauty. James is a celebrity makeup artist who has worked on EVERYONE from Lady Gaga to Amy Winehouse to Rihanna to Barack Obama. He has become and incredible mentor and leader in the beauty industry and is intensely passionate about supporting budding artists, brands, and the next generation of leaders. To learn more about James, please visit him on IG @jvincentmakeup or @themakeupshow.  To learn more about Melissa and The Lip Bar, you can check them out on Instagram @thelipbar and thelipbar.com Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Click Here To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel  Don't forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Creative Process Podcast
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 49:05


Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.“I think you need to be aware and see people be open to what can happen and get a feel, get an instinct. I think I've been blessed with instinct. I mean, I did not do well at school. I passed zero exams. I'm unemployable, but I've been blessed with having instincts. The instinct of U2 was seeing their determination, the fact that the music itself initially wasn't close to what most of my music was because most of my music was bass and drum. And most of their music was vocal, so it wasn't a certain kind of music that I like all the time. I like music from all different kinds of levels…I absolutely felt for Bob Marley to really make it worldwide as it were, he needed to change something a little bit. I didn't want him to change what he was doing, not his lyrics and everything else like that. It was more the instrumentation of it. I felt for Bob to be able to reach a wider audience that he needed to move away a little bit from that and focus more and more on his lyrics.When I finally met Cat Stevens, and we just sort of sat down and then when he played the song ‘Father and Son,' then suddenly the lyrics of the song and what it meant and everything, I suddenly felt this guy is fantastic. You know, the I person I'd seen on television had nothing to do with this person sitting in front of me. And so that's really when I said to him, I opened up to him and I said, ‘Honestly, I wasn't really interested to meet, but this song that you've just sung for me is such an incredible song.' I felt that I could definitely connect with him. ‘Where Do the Children Play', that was the one that, just the fact that he was somebody who was thinking like that.There was one time when Mick Jagger asked me to come and meet with him because I think he'd heard the records that were coming up from me, mainly Jamaican records and things, and that's why he wanted me to come and meet with him. He was leaving Decca, and wanted to go to another level. And I said, ‘It makes absolutely no sense for you to come to my label because you already are huge.'Grace Jones, she's a stunning-looking lady. They put on the record and there was a drum machine, and all it played was a drum machine. There was no vocal, there were no instruments, nothing for about two and a half to three minutes before I heard a voice. I thought, Oh my gosh, this is a disaster. This is going to end in tears. And then suddenly I heard the voice, and the voice sounded great.”www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

Books & Writers · The Creative Process
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

Books & Writers · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 49:05


Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.“I think you need to be aware and see people be open to what can happen and get a feel, get an instinct. I think I've been blessed with instinct. I mean, I did not do well at school. I passed zero exams. I'm unemployable, but I've been blessed with having instincts. The instinct of U2 was seeing their determination, the fact that the music itself initially wasn't close to what most of my music was because most of my music was bass and drum. And most of their music was vocal, so it wasn't a certain kind of music that I like all the time. I like music from all different kinds of levels…I absolutely felt for Bob Marley to really make it worldwide as it were, he needed to change something a little bit. I didn't want him to change what he was doing, not his lyrics and everything else like that. It was more the instrumentation of it. I felt for Bob to be able to reach a wider audience that he needed to move away a little bit from that and focus more and more on his lyrics.When I finally met Cat Stevens, and we just sort of sat down and then when he played the song ‘Father and Son,' then suddenly the lyrics of the song and what it meant and everything, I suddenly felt this guy is fantastic. You know, the I person I'd seen on television had nothing to do with this person sitting in front of me. And so that's really when I said to him, I opened up to him and I said, ‘Honestly, I wasn't really interested to meet, but this song that you've just sung for me is such an incredible song.' I felt that I could definitely connect with him. ‘Where Do the Children Play', that was the one that, just the fact that he was somebody who was thinking like that.There was one time when Mick Jagger asked me to come and meet with him because I think he'd heard the records that were coming up from me, mainly Jamaican records and things, and that's why he wanted me to come and meet with him. He was leaving Decca, and wanted to go to another level. And I said, ‘It makes absolutely no sense for you to come to my label because you already are huge.'Grace Jones, she's a stunning-looking lady. They put on the record and there was a drum machine, and all it played was a drum machine. There was no vocal, there were no instruments, nothing for about two and a half to three minutes before I heard a voice. I thought, Oh my gosh, this is a disaster. This is going to end in tears. And then suddenly I heard the voice, and the voice sounded great.”www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

Spirituality & Mindfulness · The Creative Process
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

Spirituality & Mindfulness · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 49:05


Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.“I think you need to be aware and see people be open to what can happen and get a feel, get an instinct, I guess. I think I've been blessed with instinct. I mean, I did not do well at school. I passed zero exams. I'm unemployable, but I've been blessed with having instincts.Miles Davis was the best teacher, always amused when I asked him questions. I was pretty cocky at the time, and I once asked him why he played so many bad notes, unlike Bix Beiderbecke and Louis Armstrong, who always played clean. He didn't blink. He didn't bite my head off. ‘Because I try and play what I hear in my head, he said, “not what I know I can already play.” That, to me, was the essence of jazz, trying to get somewhere new and not worrying if you made mistakes as long as you got there in the end. On a tightrope, and wobbling a little, but eventually gliding across that tightrope.Well, it's really great if you can be involved in doing something which brings something to people and lifts things. You know, if you can find a way to…when I say find a way, you just get an instinct of something, Oh, this is going to be fun. That can be great. I'm always looking…I don't know that I'm deliberately looking at things. I think things have happened, and I've seen something or got a feel for something or feel for the person or… I think I've been given a lot of luck.”www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

Film & TV · The Creative Process
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

Film & TV · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 49:05


Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He produced Kiss of the Spider Woman and Stop Making Sense, and other films. He was location scout and production assistant for the Bond film Dr. No before deciding to devote himself to the music. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.“The Harder They Come, that film was made by a very close friend of mine. And it was at a period where Jamaican music had started to really catch fire a bit. It was certainly selling in England. It was starting to grow, and there was interest in England and Europe. Not really in America. America wasn't interested in it at that period in time at all. But it was really decided to try and get this across. To do a film so you could get a feel for where this music was coming from. And a man called Perry Henzell, who was a very good friend of mine, he wanted to do a film. He called me one time and said there was an album cover of Jimmy Cliff, who was one of the other artists that I was working with from early on. And he said he's the guy I really want to be the leader of the film. And so I said, ‘Okay, that's great. Go ahead.' And so Jimmy Cliff really became the leader of that film. And that film really sort of expanded the whole image and point of view of Jamaican music and Jamaican life. That film was very, very important for getting Jamaican music known in the world.”www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 21:28


“I think you need to be aware and see people be open to what can happen and get a feel, get an instinct. I think I've been blessed with instinct. I mean, I did not do well at school. I passed zero exams. I'm unemployable, but I've been blessed with having instincts. The instinct of U2 was seeing their determination, the fact that the music itself initially wasn't close to what most of my music was because most of my music was bass and drum. And most of their music was vocal, so it wasn't a certain kind of music that I like all the time. I like music from all different kinds of levels…I absolutely felt for Bob Marley to really make it worldwide as it were, he needed to change something a little bit. I didn't want him to change what he was doing, not his lyrics and everything else like that. It was more the instrumentation of it. I felt for Bob to be able to reach a wider audience that he needed to move away a little bit from that and focus more and more on his lyrics.When I finally met Cat Stevens, and we just sort of sat down and then when he played the song ‘Father and Son,' then suddenly the lyrics of the song and what it meant and everything, I suddenly felt this guy is fantastic. You know, the I person I'd seen on television had nothing to do with this person sitting in front of me. And so that's really when I said to him, I opened up to him and I said, ‘Honestly, I wasn't really interested to meet, but this song that you've just sung for me is such an incredible song.' I felt that I could definitely connect with him. ‘Where Do the Children Play', that was the one that, just the fact that he was somebody who was thinking like that.There was one time when Mick Jagger asked me to come and meet with him because I think he'd heard the records that were coming up from me, mainly Jamaican records and things, and that's why he wanted me to come and meet with him. He was leaving Decca, and wanted to go to another level. And I said, ‘It makes absolutely no sense for you to come to my label because you already are huge.'Grace Jones, she's a stunning-looking lady. They put on the record and there was a drum machine, and all it played was a drum machine. There was no vocal, there were no instruments, nothing for about two and a half to three minutes before I heard a voice. I thought, Oh my gosh, this is a disaster. This is going to end in tears. And then suddenly I heard the voice, and the voice sounded great.”Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

Music & Dance · The Creative Process
CHRIS BLACKWELL - Founder of Island Records - Bob Marley, U2, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, Roxy Music, Amy Winehouse…

Music & Dance · The Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2023 49:05


Chris Blackwell, an inductee of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is widely considered responsible for turning the world on to reggae music. As the founder of Island Records, he helped forge the careers of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Grace Jones, U2, Roxy Music, among many other high-profile acts, and produced records including Marley's Catch a Fire and Uprising. Blackwell currently runs Island Outpost, a group of elite resorts in Jamaica, which includes GoldenEye—the former home of author Ian Fleming. He received the A&R Icon Award in recognition of his lasting influence on the music business. He is author, with Paul Morley, of The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond.“I think you need to be aware and see people be open to what can happen and get a feel, get an instinct. I think I've been blessed with instinct. I mean, I did not do well at school. I passed zero exams. I'm unemployable, but I've been blessed with having instincts. The instinct of U2 was seeing their determination, the fact that the music itself initially wasn't close to what most of my music was because most of my music was bass and drum. And most of their music was vocal, so it wasn't a certain kind of music that I like all the time. I like music from all different kinds of levels…I absolutely felt for Bob Marley to really make it worldwide as it were, he needed to change something a little bit. I didn't want him to change what he was doing, not his lyrics and everything else like that. It was more the instrumentation of it. I felt for Bob to be able to reach a wider audience that he needed to move away a little bit from that and focus more and more on his lyrics.When I finally met Cat Stevens, and we just sort of sat down and then when he played the song ‘Father and Son,' then suddenly the lyrics of the song and what it meant and everything, I suddenly felt this guy is fantastic. You know, the I person I'd seen on television had nothing to do with this person sitting in front of me. And so that's really when I said to him, I opened up to him and I said, ‘Honestly, I wasn't really interested to meet, but this song that you've just sung for me is such an incredible song.' I felt that I could definitely connect with him. ‘Where Do the Children Play', that was the one that, just the fact that he was somebody who was thinking like that.There was one time when Mick Jagger asked me to come and meet with him because I think he'd heard the records that were coming up from me, mainly Jamaican records and things, and that's why he wanted me to come and meet with him. He was leaving Decca, and wanted to go to another level. And I said, ‘It makes absolutely no sense for you to come to my label because you already are huge.'Grace Jones, she's a stunning-looking lady. They put on the record and there was a drum machine, and all it played was a drum machine. There was no vocal, there were no instruments, nothing for about two and a half to three minutes before I heard a voice. I thought, Oh my gosh, this is a disaster. This is going to end in tears. And then suddenly I heard the voice, and the voice sounded great.”www.islandoutpost.com www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Islander/Chris-Blackwell/9781982172701 www.islandrecords.comwww.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org IG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast

Believing the Bizarre: Paranormal Conspiracies & Myths

What if a haunting drove you into a deep depression? If you were stuck somewhere riddled with shadow figures and horrifying nightmares, would you give in to sleep deprivation even if it meant ruining your goals and education? In today's episode, we dive into a terrifying Michigan haunting and how it impacts the psyche of 3 college students in various ways. What would you do if you witnessed a celebrity that is no longer among the living? We look at paranormal and ghostly encounters of celebrities like Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, and more. Listen now. Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For updates and extra content, follow Believing the Bizarre on social media: https://www.instagram.com/believingthebizarre/ https://www.facebook.com/believingthebizarre/  Want to discuss the episode on the day it drops with Tyler and Charlie? Follow on Twitch and check out the extended Twitch streams every Tuesday at 8 pm ET: https://www.twitch.tv/believingthebizarre You can rep Believing the Bizarre and buy some unique merch here: https://believing-the-bizarre.creator-spring.com/ Join our Discord here: https://discord.gg/RFqzeQ8dVM

Weekend Warrior with Dr. Robert Klapper
Kanu M. Okike, MD Studies Cortisone

Weekend Warrior with Dr. Robert Klapper

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2023 54:40


In this hour, Dr. Kanu Okike calls in to the program to talk about the side effects of cortisone shots. Also, Dr. Klapper takes a look at how drug abuse ruined the lives of Amy Winehouse and Lyle Alzado. Finally, the Doc does TWO Klapper Visions: First on the young superstar for the Memphis Grizzlies, Ja Morant, and the second on Aaron Rodgers and his fractured pinky toe.

Camp Counselors with Zachariah Porter and Jonathan Carson

Roast a marshmallow and chug your bug juice campers! This week we discuss whatever happened to the circus? Is an Amy Winehouse biopic really appropriate? How much would I pay for a bottle of splash mountain water? Are the Pussycat Dolls the next coming of Christ? And a kitchen aid mixer from hell! Light the citronella candle and enjoy this mess! Submit your advice needed, juicy gossip, confessions, and horror stories to campcounselorspod@gmail.com Camp Songs Spotify Playlist: https://spoti.fi/3qyK0ri Camp Songs YouTube Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg9-jhcwB2oYDvLR8zGn8t8rS0q_umm8J Camp Counselors TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@campcounselorspod Camp Counselors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/campcounselorspod/ Camp Counselors Twitter: https://twitter.com/_campcounselors

DIVA DAILIES
Diva Headlines #3: Oscar 2023 Nominations, Janet and Madonna are Touring, Shakira's Jam, Michael Jackson Biopic, & Rihanna Super Bowl Predictions

DIVA DAILIES

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 86:24


Alright, it's Diva Time!It's Season 3, people. So to kick off this new year, we are doing a Diva Headlines episode where we talk about the latest happenings in the DCU (Diva Cinematic Universe as well as some news that we might have missed over the break. At the top of the episode, Angie tells us all about her amazing trip to Costa Rica and what she got up to over the break. Steffi has nothing to report because she leads a very uninteresting life.In this episode we discuss the latest Oscar 2023 nominations & snubs, the latest tour announcements, post-cheater jams, deaths that happened over the break, upcoming biopic news, and our predictions for Rihanna's imminent Super Bowl halftime show performance.We are so happy to be back! Yay, Season 3.*Email us for show notes: divadailiespod@gmail.com*Twitter & Instagram: @divadailiespod*YouTube: Diva Dailies PodcastSTEFFI'S SOCIAL MEDIA:*Twitter & Instagram: @inn_mho*YouTube: innmyhumbleopinionANGIE'S SOCIAL MEDIA:*Twitter: @poetrysoul3*Instagram: @angie.simone*YouTube: Sleepy Nerd ProductionsTIME STAMPS:- Housekeeping (01:05)- Angie's Trip to Costa Rica (01:54)- Oscar & Razzie Moment of the Week (10:40)Diva Headline TopicsOscars 2023 Nominations & Snubs - What We've Seen (14:25)- Best Picture (17:04)- Best Supporting Actress (21:29)- Best Actress (28:39)Diva Tour News- Janet Jackson (33:45)- Madonna (42:11)- Taylor Swift (47:17)- Beyoncé (47:33)Post Cheater Bops- Shakira “BZRP Music Sessions #53” (49:40)- Miley Cyrus “Flowers” (54:16)Dearly Departed Divas/Divos - Irene Cara (58:18)- Barbara Walters (60:20)- Lisa Marie Presley (62:23)- Twitch (54:13) Biopic News- Madonna (65:52)- Carole King (68:20) - Amy Winehouse (70:44)- Michael Jackson (72:14)- Whitney Houston (78:38)Super Bowl Halftime Show- Rihanna Setlist Predictions (79:02)- Closing Thoughts (85:01)

Believing the Bizarre: Paranormal Conspiracies & Myths

What would you do if you witnessed a celebrity that is no longer among the living? We look at paranormal and ghostly encounters of celebrities like Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, and more. Listen now. Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For updates and extra content, follow Believing the Bizarre on social media: https://www.instagram.com/believingthebizarre/ https://www.facebook.com/believingthebizarre/  Fan of paranormal podcasts? Of course you are! Go check out Belief Hole Podcast here: https://beliefhole.com/ Want to discuss the episode on the day it drops with Tyler and Charlie? Follow on Twitch and check out the extended Twitch streams every Tuesday at 8 pm ET: https://www.twitch.tv/believingthebizarre You can rep Believing the Bizarre and buy some unique merch here: https://believing-the-bizarre.creator-spring.com/ Join our Discord here: https://discord.gg/RFqzeQ8dVM

4 Things with Amy Brown
When Music Helps You Heal From An Eating Disorder (Outweigh)

4 Things with Amy Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 21:03


(OUTWEIGH) Singer/Song-writer Maura Streppa is Amy's guest today! Maura battled with an eating disorder for most of her life, but didn't realize it until she was a freshman in college. She started recovery over COVID and really used songwriting to help get through it. She wrote a song called “Skinnier” that comes out December 2nd and hopes it will help others feel less alone + encourage them to NOT think that life will be better if/when they are skinnier!! About Maura: There is a place where country meets soul meets pop. That sweet spot exists in the heart of singer/songwriter, Maura Streppa. Heavily influenced by Bob Dylan, John Prine, Amy Winehouse, Kacey Musgraves, and more, Maura uniquely and effortlessly creates a home for lovers of the old and the new alike. Hailing from the suburbs of Chicago, Maura discovered her love for music at a young age. After a move from the city to the south lands of North Carolina, Maura found that her mother's piano keys helped her express her deepest emotions. It was from that moment on that she decided she wanted to share these cathartic songs with the world. Maura continued writing, singing, and sharing until the age of 18, when she was asked to play the Carolina Country Music Festival and to open for country music star, Jimmie Allen. It was in that opportunity that Maura became more sure than ever that singing country music for thousands of people was what she wanted to do with her life. She promptly packed her bags and made her way to Music City. Since making the big move to Nashville, Maura has been performing almost every single night, sharing her soulful songs with those who cross her path. She recently won Tennessee Songwriter's Week and made her debut at The Bluebird Cafe with her song, “Singer and The Song”. The eclectic artist has a strong conviction to create music with authenticity, love, and purpose and works hard to carry out that calling every day. Instagram: @maurastreppamusic  To contact Amy about Outweigh: hello@outweighpodcast.com Best places to find more about Amy: RadioAmy.com + @RadioAmySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.